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Go Go Language Overview Custom Types Methods

Where's wrong with my code?

I don't figure out yet .-.

src/clock/hours.go
package clock

type Hours int

func (*h Hours) Increment() Hours {
  return (*h + 1) % 24
}

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
215,939 Points

You have a few issues here:

  • the * symbol should be before "Hours" instead of the "h" in the declaration
  • the function won't be returning an "Hours" value anymore
  • instead of the return, the computed value should go back into *h